Jul 31, 2011 2:00am PDT
. arthur brooks of the american enterprise institution says that. whew do you mean it is the moral to do? >> hi john. people say it is only fair for rich people to pay more and it is fair to take from people who have more in society and unfair to cut programs especially if they would affect anybody who has less than average incomes. >> and that resonates with people that there is a lot of money and redistribution is the moral thing to do. >> sure. this truth that sounds really good until you start thinking about what most americans think fair is. redistribution is not the definition of fairness to most americans. most americans think that fairness has to do with keeping what you earn. doesn't mean you to penalize poor people or take money away from those that don't have enough but it is not fair to take more away from people just because we can especially when we are robbing our future because we have a spending disorder in our government. it is immoral to be stealing from future generations and taking away their pursuit of happiness because we can do that. the government is treating ame
Jul 17, 2011 7:00pm PDT
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Jul 24, 2011 10:00pm PDT
people have stickers in their windows. brook lib district attorney joe heinz started that program and it exists in brooklyn. it's called safe haven. it's exactly what you just said. every sticker in stores brooklyn ada, safe haven, you can come in here and be safe. joe heinz, the brooklyn ada has put -- d.a. has put his top prosecutor on the case. she is a no nonsense prosecutor. what people should feel slightly comfortable with is statistics show that the 10% of the time that the insanity defense is successful, those people are incarcerated for a longer amount of time than people who get convicted of murder in second degree and serve 25 years to life. >> be that -- that is true by the way. i think that the family, the community, the people out there, they don't want the insanity defense. they want to say look this is an individual who knew what he was doing. when you say that someone is insane, you take away responsibility. you say well, you know, the guy didn't know what he was doing. he knew precisely what he was doing. he picked up an 8-year-old child in the sleep took him to